Euro and dollar prices today in Algeria, Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The price of the euro rose against the Algerian dinar, this morning, Wednesday, January 12, 2022, in the transactions of banks and the black market.

The price of the euro at the Central Bank of Algeria reached 158.06 dinars for purchase and 158.14 dinars for sale.

The price of the euro also increased today in Algeria on the black market at 204.60 dinars for purchase and 206.87 dinars for sale.

The price of the dollar today in Algeria

The price of the dollar rose at the Central Bank of Algeria, to record 139.45 dinars for purchase and 139.46 dinars for sale.

In the parallel (black) market, it settled at 180 dinars for purchase and 182 dinars for sale.

The price of the pound sterling in Algeria

The exchange rate of the pound sterling at the Central Bank of Algeria increased at 189.52 dinars for purchase, and 189.59 dinars for sale.

The sterling also rose on the unofficial (black) parallel market to 245.25 dinars for purchase, and 247.97 dinars for sale.

The price of the riyal, dirham and dinar in Algeria

The price of the Saudi riyal rose at the Central Bank of Algeria, recording 37.15 dinars for purchase, and 37.16 dinars for sale.

The price of the riyal on the parallel market (the black market) was 47.95 dinars for purchase, and 48.49 dinars for sale.

And the price of the UAE dirham increased, in transactions with the Central Bank of Algeria, to 37.96 dinars for purchase, and 37.97 dinars for sale.

The price of the dirham on the parallel market (the black market) reached 49.01 dinars for purchase, and 49.55 dinars for sale.

The price of the Kuwaiti dinar at the Central Bank rose at the level of 460.23 Algerian dinars for purchase, and 461.50 Algerian dinars for sale.

The Kuwaiti dinar declined in the parallel market towards 594.84 dinars for purchase, and 601.45 dinars for sale, in the parallel (black) market.

The Algerian Prime Minister, Ayman bin Abdel Rahman, said earlier that the growth rate of the national economy amounted to 4.1% by the end of 2021.

Abdel Rahman also stressed: “Algeria’s economic situation is an exception in the region, even compared to some major countries.”

Economists and international financial bodies unanimously agree that Algeria managed in 2021 to overcome the repercussions of an economic earthquake that was expected to lead to a financial collapse, especially after the repercussions of the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil prices in global markets.

The official Algerian news agency quoted Zardani Rachid, vice president in charge of strategy and planning at the national oil company, Sonatrach, as saying that the company intends to launch the first offshore drilling operation to explore for oil in 2023.

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